During a Q&A session, Billie Eilish awkwardly ignores a fan.
Billie’s merchandise cost over $200, which was deemed “very expensive” at the time, especially given the epidemic. In the Lost Cause music video, the Grammy winner has also been accused of supposed “queerbating.” She also faced backlash for remaining silent after her boyfriend, Matthew Tyler Vorce, was online “cancelled” for previous racist and homophobic remarks.
Her supporters were also outraged when she purportedly liked an Instagram post that referred to her fanbase as “embarrassing.” Billie Jean was also “cancelled” after an old video of her reportedly using an Asian slur and ridiculing Chinese accents resurfaced.
However, additional uproar arose when an interview footage heard Billie referring to Cindy from The Boondocks, her favourite cartoon character, as her favourite cartoon character. Users on social media chastised the artist for choosing a character infamous for using the word “blaccent” and being “oblivious to racial concerns.”
Billie Eilish recently got controversy for splattering paint on her Happier Than Ever CD’s limited edition record covers. The singer announced the news on her social media accounts, which are now available for purchase.